The role of father's is so diminished these days and it is detrimental to American families...the stats do not lie. In light of this day, tell us about your dad, your relationship and how it has helped or changed you today.
I feel very lucky. My dad is the true patriarch of my family and compliments my mother in her role as the matriarch. Without realizing it, they are red pill in the modern day and the example for how I wanted my life to be. I am one of 5 and much older than my youngest sibling. Their consistency has been our rock. We all turned out to be quality individuals. I love how I can call my dad to tak about anything from sports to my relationship. I know he is proud of me and trusts my judgement, even if I fail.
We have had several losses in our family this year and a few major health scares, and he is solid. When he lost his mother, he cried in my hug, and my heart broke for him. He is has always been the model of a man in my eyes. Hard working, outgoing, many interest, talents and hobbies and tough and soft when it matters. Pushed me to be athletic which I thank him today for my solid and lean body for that encouragement. I can not imagine losing him. I live far away from my family but nothing changes, because....family. My parents are the foundation that made me into a good person and I will never fail to appreciate that. I hope in my role as a parent and wife, I was a good student.
Happy Father's day to the daddys out there.